A typical classroom in saunders
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So this would be a typical classroom for a lecture style class. Because even though this is a lecture style class, this is definitely a smaller lecture classroom that you would find it compared to the College of Science or something like that. Even within lectures in the college of business, it's still smaller. I don't mind the classrooms with the way that they're set up. That's really important to me having good lighting in a classroom. It's mainly figuring out the best way that you can be engaged in a lecture, and you will have better professors again. That's why it's important to look into your professors and choose a good professor for yourself, even though it doesn't let you pick your courses for the first semester. Think about what you're going to take, who you would want to take it with for your second semester, spent your first semester researching. Whatever my packet said, it's gonna be different from what your packet said. It does change you, dear, the year that's around the same numbers. Apparently, now it's twelve to one student faculty, which is not bad. You can't get that attention. Even if you are in a big class where it's a lot of students to that what, Professor, not everyone is usual utilizing those office hours. So if you really want to have that one on one time, that connection with your professor going off saris would be the way to do that. Um, my relationship with professors is not necessarily close in any way. I'm closer to people better within the division for diversity and inclusion. I came here during the summer program with them, so I've gotten close to the mentor. I've been assigned to that and the different programs that they have available for me. If you are within Saunders, I know a lot of people get close to faculty through office hours. You also have the option of doing the business fraternity. That's a huge thing, that people will be involved. No matter what school you're going, Tio, it's honestly what you make of your situation. If you wanna have that relationship with your Professor Yoo, I have to put in the effort to go to their office hours, talk to them and build a relationship. This is a more of a discussion style classroom, so there is the TV's on each thing than the main projectors. When you're sitting at a table, you don't have to crank your neck back to look at whatever's being presented. Most of the time you're not watching your presentation. This classroom is set up for group work conversation discussion. I had a business course in this class where we worked on a business plan. It was kind of year long, which was actually, it was a lot of fun. There was a lot learned in that class, and I had a great professor. So I did enjoy that, and being in this classroom was a good experience. I think again, with the lighting, there's a lot of like that comes in along with natural light. Have you had to meet with your group early? You have the option to come really mark on things in a really convenient place, going into discussion based courses again. It depends on what you're taking, why you're taking it. What you're going to get out of it is what you put into it, especially with improved projects you can. It's not as bad doing group projects in this setting, I found, because professors hold everybody accountable and you do great your peers on their participation. So people are very honest and they will say if you did not contribute and you also have the chance to save someone else didn't contribute you'LL get credit where credit is due and that's something that I also appreciate cause group projects can't be complicated. If you're ever in an issue with that, make sure you talk to your professor. Because I did kind of have some problems in the beginning of the semester going into the group project and finishing it off. We sat with the professor, talked about it during your office hours not really fixed the problem. You're able tto go into the rest of the semester and complete the course.